The National People’s Congress reports struck a cautious note on the outlook for economic activity in China this year. Fiscal stimulus will be limited and efforts to prevent “disorderly” expansion in the property sector are to continue. That said, we still expect China’s demand for most commodities to pick up this year, which will act as a floor under prices.
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